Crowell & Moring LLP
Peter Gray is a partner in Crowell & Moring’s Environment & Natural Resources Group. He focuses on disputes over responsibility for cleanup of contaminated property, including emerging contaminants such as PFAS; challenges to state and federal environmental regulations; enforcement cases involving hazardous materials; arbitration in data compensation claims involving pesticide data submissions; and environmental due diligence in large commercial transactions. Peter has been recognized by Chambers USA as a leading environmental attorney in the Washington, D.C., area and in Super Lawyers as a leader in his field. Peter has also been recognized by Corporate Responsibility Magazine's 2014 Legal Who's Who in Environmental Law. He was also listed in Who's Who Legal: Environment 2017 and included in multiple editions of The Best Lawyers in America. Peter writes extensively in the environmental area. He was selected by the American Bar Association to write The Superfund Manual (2015), the definitive treatise on Superfund. Other manuals and treatises he has authored include The CERCLA Basic Practice Manual (American Bar Association 2008), the Pesticide Regulation Handbook (2007), and The EPCRA Basic Practice Manual (American Bar Association 2002). Peter also participates as a commentator in broadcast media, having appeared on Fox Business News and Bloomberg Radio. Peter co-founded the Association of Climate Change Officers, and he is a member of the Environmental Law Institute Leadership Circle. He has served in many leadership roles in the ABA Section on Environment, Energy and Resources, including past chair of the Environmental Litigation and Toxic Torts Committee and the Site Remediation Committee.
The Evolution of PFAS Litigation and Future Drivers